Investigation of the Combustion of Exhaust Gas Recirculation in Diesel Engines with a Particulate Filter and Selective Catalytic Reactor Technologies for Environmental Gas Reduction
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The Diesel Engine, invented by the German engineer Rudolf Diesel, was a marvelous creation that changed the way the automobile industry worked. It is an internal combustion engine that compresses air to elevate its pressure and temperature so high that the atomized diesel fuel undergoes combustion almost instantaneously when it is sprayed into the combustion chamber. The Major advantage of a Compression Ignition (CI) engine compared to a Spark Ignition (SI) engine is the higher compression ratio achieved in the former, making it more efficient. This makes diesel engines more suitable for heavy-duty vehicles, which require more torque to overcome rough terrain.
Kumar, M.V., Babu, A.V. & Reddy, R. (2022). Investigation of the combustion of exhaust gas recirculation in diesel engines with a particulate filter and selective catalytic reactor technologies for environmental gas reduction. Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, vol. 40, 102557. doi:10.1016/j.csite.2022.102557